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Centrica’s Play for North American Distributed Energy Dominance

(March 8, 2018) – As featured by Jeff St. John of GreenTech Media: UK-headquartered Centrica announced it was joining the ranks of European utilities like Enel, Engie and EDF in seeking a piece of the North American distributed energy market.

Last month, U.K.-based Centrica announced it was joining the ranks of European utilities like Enel, Engie and EDF in seeking a piece of the North American distributed energy market -- with a little help from the fact that it also owns one of the continent’s biggest retail energy providers. 

The new company, Centrica Business Solutions, is actually a combination of acquired and home-built business units with significant existing market share in the U.S. and Canada. Backed by the promise of $910 million in investment through 2020 by its parent company, it’s selling combined heat and power (CHP), solar, battery energy storage and standby generators, along with the software and services to put them to use. 

As featured by Jeff St. John of GreenTech Media, UK-headquartered Centrica announced it was joining the ranks of European utilities like Enel, Engie and EDF in seeking a piece of the North American distributed energy market.

Read the full GreenTech Media article here: www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/centrica-play-for-north-american-distributed-energy-dominance.

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